Image: Hair Pin Bends - 2019 

Drawing on physical structures, environmental forms and observed human shape, the work is rooted in a consideration of complex human and environmental issues that face us in a rapidly changing and challenging world.  The work considers both Emic and Etic issues – anthropological, social considerations and communication viewed from a female perspective. The work is largely research based and is an on-going exploration of sculpture as a visual language. 

Upcoming Shows 


I am delighted to announce that works have been selected in collaboration with Marisa Polin at the Old Biscuit Factory, London . The show forms part of  a larger collaboration of artists from Mexico and other South American countries who will be joining forces between Art 23 and Ovalo Galeria de Art to create a cultural link between the two continents, 

PV Friday 11th October 6pm - 9pm, All welcome

Open daily 11am -6pm til 18th October. All welcome

London Group Show - Open Exhibition

The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Rd, Waterloo, London SE1 8TJ

There will be a Private View for Part 2 from 6-9pm on Tuesday 3rd December, and the prize-giving for both parts will take place on Monday 9th December from 6-8pm


Web Build: Jill Gibson 2019